Why A Man Convicted Of Molesting His Child Says Putting Him On The Sex Offender Registry Is 'Totally Unfair'
Bob says he was put on the sex offender registry after serving four years for sexual assault. He can’t use the internet and isn’t permitted to go anywhere where children are present.
“Society’s been tough on me,” says Bob. He claims the registry “is totally unfair” because it creates roadblocks that prevent him from making things better for himself.
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“It’s the worst thing that can be done to a person,” says Bob. “By the time I’m off the registry, I’ll probably be dead.”
Bob was convicted of molesting his daughter, Kim, for years as a child. Kim and Bob come face-to-face for the first time in several years in part one of a two-part Dr. Phil, airing Tuesday.
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Tune in for the conclusion of this two-part episode, Wednesday, when Bob is confronted by his stepdaughter, Jessica, who claims he abused her, too. An allegation he completely denies.
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